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Sly Botts

Nvidia RTX 3000 series.

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So I was able to order an ASUS Dual RTX 3070 video card from memoryexpress.com.   If anyone is into PC gaming, you'll know that these cards are selling out within minutes of going on sale.  Mine is on backorder (obviously).

If anyone is interested, I could do some benchmark tests or let you guys know how its running.   (Pretty sure it can run Crysis 😉

My gaming rig:
CPU: Intel Core i5-9600K Processor, 3.7GHz w/ 9MB Cache
RAM: HyperX Fury 32GB DDR4 2666MHz CL16 Dual Channel Kit (2 x 16GB), Black
MOBO: ASUS Prime Z390-A w/ DDR4 2666, 7.1 Audio, Dual M.2, Gigabit LAN, CrossFireX / SLI
Storage: Seagate BarraCuda 510 M.2 NVMe SSD
GPU: ASUS Dual Fan GeForce GTX 1070 8GB oc
Tower/Case: ThermalTake View 31 Tempered Glass RGB Edition Mid Tower Chassis, Black
PSU: 600w PowerColor PG-600  (Recently purchased a Corsair RM750x fully modular PSU for the RTX 3070)
Monitor: LG24GL650  A 24 inch, 144hz, 1080p with FreeSync Technology with TN Display Panel (FreeSync works with Nvidia cards on this monitor)
Keyboard: Unicomp ultra classic white buckling spring ps2 (using the IBM tool die for the Type M)
Gamepad: Xbox one controller for PC (Soon to be Xbox series X)

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